Buettner, who has a strong history of building ties with business and schools and universities, bested fellow candidate Dr. Robert Carlson, executive director of the University of New Mexico, in Gallup, NM.
Two Finalists Selected for FVTC President’s Post; Community Invited to Open Forums to Meet Candidates
Dr. Robert Carlson, Executive Director/CEO of the University of New Mexico, Gallup Campus, in Gallup, NM.Carlson has been employed by that institution since 1995.Prior to that, he was Manager of Economic Development at San Diego Community College District from 1994-95, and was Dean of Instruction at Miramar College in San Diego from 1991-94.Carlson earned his doctorate in Education from Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University in Blacksburg, VA.; his master's degree in Community College and Adult Education from Southern Illinois University (SIU) in Carbondale, IL.; and his bachelor's in Technical Education also from SIU.
The community is invited to attend the open forums for Carlson.They will be conducted from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 15, in Room C190 at FVTC's Appleton Campus (use Entrance 15), and from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. Friday, Nov. 16, in Room 115 at the FVTC-Oshkosh Riverside Campus. Feedback sheets will be provided at each of the forums so that students, staff and members of the community can share their comments about these finalists with the FVTC Board of Trustees.
"This grant will allow us to establish a much-needed education center that will make a historical impact over the years for students of all ages in the Mt. Eden region," says Dr. Robert Carlson, Chabot College President.
"Farhad Javeripour's broad range of experience in higher education is an excellent fit for the very important job of Vice President of Business Services," notes Chabot College President Dr. Robert Carlson.
The event will also pay special tribute to Dr. Robert Carlson, the President of Chabot College, who is retiring after dedicating 38 years of his life to higher education.
Dr. Carlson will be presented with the Chabot College Foundation Gladiator Award for extraordinary support of Chabot College and for making our community a better place to live.
"The passage of Measure B sent a clear message that the East Bay public places a high value on its community colleges and wants improved facilities for student and community use," said Chabot President Dr. Robert Carlson.
"The acoustical improvements to the Chabot Performing Arts Center are a clear example of how the funds are used to benefit both the college and the community," he added.
(Hayward, CA) - At the District's annual fall gathering yesterday, Chabot College President Robert Carlson announced his retirement effective August 2008.Carlson, the 11th president of the 46-year old community college in Hayward, has led Chabot for the past six years, with a total of 38 years as an educator.He is credited with creating an open governance process inviting all Chabot employees to take part in the decision making process.
In 2004, he led the College's campaign for Measure B, a $498 million facilities bond, slightly more than half of which went to Chabot for new buildings and renovations.
He worked tirelessly to re-structure the Chabot College Foundation which raised more than $800,000 last year.
"Dr. Carlson saw a jewel in Chabot when he came here six years ago.
Prior to attaining the presidency of Chabot College, Carlson served as the executive director of the University of New Mexico Campus at Gallup, New Mexico.Before that he spent 12 years in the San Diego Community College District where he served as the district manager of economic development, the dean of instruction at Miramar College, and the dean of the School of Applied Arts and Sciences at San Diego City College.Carlson received his associate degree from the School of Technical Careers at Southern Illinois University.He received his bachelor's degree in education and master's degree in community college and adult education from Southern Illinois University.His doctoral degree is in education and business administration from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.
Among the 20 themed tables are "Madeline Visits Chabot College", celebrating Ludwig Bemelman's storybook character Madeline, sponsored by Chabot President Dr. Robert Carlson and his wife, Linda Carlson.
(Hayward, CA) - Last month when Chabot College President Robert Carlson presented a check for $500,000 to San Leandro School District Superintendent Christine Lim at a school board meeting, it sealed the partnership for bringing higher education to the San Leandro community.
President Carlson also feels strongly about the impact this will have for area students.
"The partnership will allow us to establish a much-needed education center that will have an impact over the years for the Mt Eden region," says Dr. Carlson.
The south campus is expected to open in spring of 2002 or maybe fall 2001 , if we run into some luck , said UNM Executive Director Robert Carlson.
It's been a long process but we received state approval about three weeks ago , Carlson said.We awarded a contract and now it's beginning..The $3.6 million 25 , 000-square-foot facility will serve area-wide scholars , not just Zuni tribal students.Through an agreement with the Pueblo of Zuni , students who are not members of the Pueblo of Zuni will have open access and will be encouraged to attend the new location.We have a mission to serve beyond the tribal lands , Carlson said.Access is guaranteed through a 99-year lease among the Pueblo of Zuni , UNM and the Bureau of Indian Affairs.
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